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Libertarian Vote in New Hampshire Could Swing Electoral College to Obama

StillStandingHisGround Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 5:26 PM
PetermanHighcock: Regarding your reply to my 5:08pm post: as I've oft-stated on this site, in 2008, I did NOT vote for the eventual Republican nominee that year in the Missouri Republican presidential primary (believe it or not, that year I voted for - drumroll, please - ROMNEY!), and THIS year, likewise (I voted for Rick Santorum in MO's primary). But by Election Day in 2008, I had only two realistic choices: McCain or Obama, and the latter was absolutely UNTHINKABLE to me at the time (and I'll NEVER apologize NOW for having voted for McCain then, he could not POSSIBLY have been as bad as Obama has been). THIS year, Obama is even MORE unthinkable, and the only two realistic choices are him or Romney.
StillStandingHisGround Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 5:30 PM
PetermanHighcock redux:

I saw that Obama, with his campaign finance majordomo Penny Pritziker evidently doing the heavy lifting for this, bought that house in Hawaii, which according to the reports is ready for immediate occupancy not in January 2017 but in January 2013, and which cost $35 million.

In fact, I have oft-stated that this purchase is a very powerful piece of evidence that Obama is NOT going to attempt a "Reichstag fire" move to stay illegally in the White House past January 20 if the voters say no on November 6. If Obama is scheming to stay in the White House after January 20 at all costs and by any means necessary come hell or high water, then the purchase of this estate at this time makes absolutely no sense to me.
Anonymous11565 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 6:27 PM
But when he loses, there will be riots in the black cities. Keep out of the cities for several days. Stock up.
PetermanHighcock Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 5:29 PM
PS - StillStanding - what do you make of Obama purchasing the house in Hawaii?
PetermanHighcock Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 5:28 PM
Agreed, StillStanding.


I just want every "conservative" Loyalist to admit that they don't back up their talk and vote for the Establishment Republican every time. I want them to admit that the party has allowed the Neocons to take over and the progs have dragged us to the Left to fill the void left by the Jacobins who have gone full blown commie on us.

That's all I want;) I'm a reasonable man.
nawlins72 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 5:27 PM
Still, so your vote for McCain was really a vote for Obama. Thanks for electing Obama.
PetermanHighcock Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 5:33 PM
HA!

StillStanding is alright, Nawlins. He knows how to discuss issues properly.
aj59 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 5:56 PM
are you really that dense? HOW in your warped logic is a vote for McCain a vote for Obama?
Mitt Romney is now neck and neck with Obama in New Hampshire, a stunning feat considering the former governor was trailing the president by 15 points at the end of September. But some independent voters who say they would vote for Romney if just he and Obama were on the ballot, are instead voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. These swing voters are giving the president a potential advantage in November.

A Suffolk University Political Research Center poll released Monday shows Romney and Obama tied with 47 percent of the vote each in New Hampshire.

The Suffolk...